This is where you can find all sorts practical help and the latest in museum and gallery thinking.
We've divided our resources into fact sheets, templates, 'How to' guides as well as longer discussion papers called 'Thinking about ...'.
There is also a large selection of education kits and some of M&G's latest research.
If there's something you need and can't find, contact us and we'll do our best to fill that gap.
A Welcome to Country is normally performed by an Elder of the local Indigenous language group. An Acknowledgment of Country can be performed in the absence of an Indigenous representative.
Produced in conjunction with Museums & The Web, this 15 page report draws on the views of more than 70 professionals working in museums across the world to explore the digital strategies of today’s museums and how they link to visitor engagement plans and focus areas for investment.
Practical tools for volunteers and staff in small to medium museums, galleries, libraries and archives in Australia that are collecting digital items, undertaking digitisation, and providing online access to their collections.
Museums and galleries are no longer seen as just repositories of information and objects but are now viewed as social hubs with links to community at a local, national and international level. A seminar at the Museum of Sydney on 20 August 2014.
The Horizon Reports are a publication of the New Media Consortium and the Marcus Institute for Digital Education in the Arts. New technology trends, impacts and challenges are identified and discussed and each technology is explored in detail with case studies.
A history of museums in Australia since the 1970s, covering issues in museology, regional museums and galleries, Indigenous people and museums, art museums, science museums, and museums and history.
This resource has a conservation perspective on issues such as sustainability and the built environment and the impact of climate change on cultural heritage. By the Getty Conservation Institute.